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side–whiskers

noun plural side–whis·kers \ˈsīd-ˌhwis-kərz, -ˌwis-\

Definition of SIDE-WHISKERS

:  whiskers on the side of the face usually worn long
side–whis·kered \-kərd\ adjective

First Known Use of SIDE-WHISKERS

1858

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